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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

WHO WE REALLY SHOULD BE DEPORTING

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We're getting to the end of the line in bringing these monsters to justice.

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  1. eric's Avatar
    The guy is one foot in the grave for chris'sake. Not that I'm condoning what he did but think about our soldiers in Iraq. Many are forced to do terrible things by their commanders and then are liable either way - if they refuse to obey orders and if they commit the crimes they're ordered to do. That's a situation nobody wants to be in. And don't tell me our government is better than Nazi Germany. You have no idea what it's like in Iraq.
  2. What's Avatar
    While many who support state terrorism of Israel are working at highest level of our government.
  3. CB's Avatar
    Sheesh! I can only applaud the efficiency of our government. So they managed to discover this person's involvement with the Nazi regime after he turned 91? And I mean really who is the genius wasting money and public resources trying to deport a senile 91 year old who's probably lost his mind already and likely will kick the bucket any moment soon. For what this guy cares, he is probably not even aware in what country he lives now.
  4. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    I had a feeling I'd hear the "oh, he's too old to pay for his crimes." It's patronizing in my opinion to treat older people like somehow they are children incapable of living up to their societal responsibilities.
  5. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    >>While many who support state terrorism of Israel are working at highest level of our government.
  6. CB's Avatar
    The thing is they're not even punishing him for the real serious crimes but rather for the fact that he lied on an immigration form.
  7. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    I believe US policy is not to try these criminals if the home country jurisdiction is willing.
  8. TX's Avatar
    "And don't tell me our government is better than Nazi Germany. You have no idea what it's like in Iraq."

    I am no supporter of the Iraq war believe me, and do realize what is happening there, but I don't think it's fair to compare Iraq to the Nazi Germany. This guy, regardless of his age, aided in the death of innocent men, women and children, and deservers what he got. I understand how some are ordered by their commanders to do awful things, but come on, this is no way justifies killing of innocent people the way he allowed it to happen.

    What I don't get is why it took this long for the US government to deport him. He should have never been allowed here to begin with.
  9. Greg Siskind's Avatar
    A lot of the Nazis came in claiming to be members of the groups they persecuted. The Justice Department has had a team of people working on tracking down and investigating these guys for years. You can imagine how hard it is to do these kinds of investigations as they need to track down witnesses from all over the world. And now the witnesses are starting to die off of old age themselves.
  10. eric's Avatar
    But isn't that a little bit pointless? I'm not saying that old people should be treated as children, but the whole process seems like beating a dead horse.
  11. Anonymous's Avatar
    "The order comes more than two years after a federal judge revoked his U.S. citizenship. "

    First, I deplore what the guy did. Good riddance. I hope they deport all Nazis - but don't stop there. Agressively deport all immigrants involved with hate groups, violent gangs, or terrorism.

    That said, I always thought that once you got your citizenship it was not revokable. Is it common for immigrants who become citizens to later get their citizenship revoked? I've never heard of this occuring.
  12. eric's Avatar
    Citizenship is extremely hard to revoke. But technically in this case it was acquired through fraud - the guy lied that he had no involvement with the Nazi regime.
  13. JoeF's Avatar
    eric: It seems you missed the history lessons.
    What the Nazis did was way way worse than the situation in Iraq. It was genocide.

    I have absolutely no sympathy for this guy. He should have been deported decades ago.
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